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, a campus alert in virginia. the school where students say they want to carry concealed weapons. >> a local gathering tonight involving the controversy of the protest of the burning of the koran. >>> intense reactions to a florida pastor's plans to burn the koran on september 11 are surfacing in our region. >> it has led to outrage from the obama administration and every corner of the country. members of the muslim community in silver spring feel the same way. jay korff has the new reaction. >> tonight, the muslims met with members of other faiths to talk about the koran and dispel myths about a holy text that one religious leader in florida plants to burn. pastor terry jones has about 50 members in his congregation, but right now the message from his pulpit is commanding a worldwide audience. >> our burning of the koran is drawing attention that something is wrong. >> he plans on burning copies of the islamic holy text saturday, the anniversary of the september 11 attacks come his way of protesting radicalism. >> i think what sometimes escape the news media, we have also received quite a b
. >> maryland looks great, virginia, too. the entire region. run through the numbers for you. these are for maryland and numbers will get cooler in to tomorrow. but what a great way to start the day. start in the 40s in garrett county and deep creek lake. you can see how the numbers improve somewhat. i think we will be struggling in more to see an 80-degree mark. it is possible. one or two may be with us but the numbers are fantastic. as with look at the next couple of days, tomorrow will be even a couple of degrees cooler than today. and we have sunshine to boot. absolutely delightful. angie, how about the maryland roads? >> a traffic alert that comes from upper marlboro. thank you, tom. right now the report of the accident is at ritchie-marlboro road. please be careful heading that way. now live to colesville road where it meets university. tracking the head lates. they are moving at speed. and here's 355 and shady grove. lanes are open for business at this intersection here. it is 6:10. 9 news now will be back after these messages. you could switch for great gas mileage or
that was the forerunner to fox television. he donated tens of millions of dollars though the university of virginia and the library of congress. he was 95 years old. >>> democrats in richmond say they have reservations about governor mcdonnell's plan to privatize liquor sales. the republican leader wants to sell the state's 332 abc stores then the commonwealth will auction off 1,000 liquor licenses. plans call for the profits to go to highway projects in the old dominion. >> i have always been sort of a -- sort of favoring privatizing wherever it can be done but it has to say money and turn those funds back to the community and i'm not sure i see how they will happen yet but this that is what will happen i think it is a good idea. >> he dropped the plan to tax alcohol drinks in restaurants and bars. >>> coming up ahead on 9 news now, the plan to burn the koran is sparking outrage among muslims the world over. >>> cnn reveals its choice to replace larry king. we will have those stories and more when we come back. >>> president obama is calling on a florida minister to cancel his plans to burn the ko
is in the low 60s. only in the 40s now in western maryland and west virginia in many locations. eastern shore is near 60. this dry weather thanks to canadian high pressure pushing in, it will be in place here into saturday with the cooler weather and then sunday a likelihood of rain. it looks like it will end for the skins/cowboys game sunday night. how is our traffic? good morning, it is a huffit ise this morning. no problems to route on route 7. here's a dark look at 28 along the bottom of your screen and the dulles toll road coming at us. very few cars. 66 eastbound, no big trouble spots to start you off this early morning. capital beltway in great shape. headlights are continuing toward the beltway at the posted speed limit. back to you. >>> two women are in the hospital right now after an out of control car went careening in to a restaurant in northwest washington. it happened where florida haavee 18 ath and ucht intersect. there were a lot of people walking around and eating outside. john schriffen reports. >> it's surreal oig. not something you want to witness at all. >> reporter: witn
for transportation. the latest plan for virginia's liquor industry. >> plus more opposition to a florida pastor's plan to burn copies of the koran. we'll tell you to latest. >> first, it is chilly out there. we got a break from the 90's. how long is this going to last? >> 4:40 on this thursday morning. we have the cold front that moved through yesterday. you felt the winds accelerate and pick up along and behind that front. it is still going to be a little bit breezy today. it is coming from the northwest driveing in the cooler, dryer, less humid air. mostly sunny today. temperatures now around 60 degrees. 61 in frederick. 64 in culpepper. 63 in college park. 69 in lusby. a little breezy, northwesterly winds at 10 and 20. keep the air conditioner off. crank open the windows and let the fresh air circulate. near 80 by saturday. next chance of rain still look it is like sunday with just a few showers possible. low 80's sunday into monday. back to lisa. >> a couple of problems to report now as far as traffic to and from the american lesion bridge. -- legionon bridge. look at 70 in clarksburg. >> y
and virginia and elsewhere that helps states in a tough time keep teachers, firefighters, and policemen on the job. this is the same john boehner who infamously handed out tobacco company campaign checks to republican members of congress on the floor of the house of representatives a couple years ago and plotted with the wall street lobbyists to block financial reform around the same time democratic party chairman tim kaine was blasting john boehner, john boehner, john boehner in philadelphia, democratic house speaker nancy pelosi's office was churning out this fact sheet on john boehner, john boehner, john boehner, and his policy proposals that they thought would add $4.2 trillion to the deficit. democrats know that history over all is against them for this year's elections. the president's party always loses seats in the first election of a new president's first term. democrats also know that the strongest wind blowing against them right now is that the economy is really bad and voters vote against the party in power when the economy is bad. so they know they have to talk about the ec
on the mountains, only in the fourth on western maryland and much of west virginia, and right near the waters, it's in the upper 60s to near 70. the view from space over the last 12 hours showing canadian high pressure pumping in on the northwesterly breezes and that h be with us here throughout the day today with lots of sunshine and cooper weather. highs reaching near 80. that wind will be gusting around 25-mile-an-hour or so and it will diminish a bit tonight and still be a bit blustery tomorrow. cool tomorrow morning again down into the mid-50s. and saturday looks delightful, sunny in the morning, clouds in the afternoon, highs near 80, clouding up saturday night. could get much needed rain on sunday with highs near 80, but it does look like it will end in time for the skins game sunday night. now let's check traffic on this thursday morning. ashley linder, good morning. >>> fortunately we're wrapping up overnight road construction. we had a ton of it, so the inner loop at little river that's all gone and the outer look at 66, they're in the process of picking up that work zone. route 1 new c
for a rematch against martin o'mally. a northern virginia man will be at utah supreme court today in hopes of gaining custody of his daughter. john wyat says his daughter was adopted and taken to utah without his permission. his girlfriend gave birth last year without telling him and put emma up for adoption. he says that was in violation of fralt parental kidnapping laws. >> the death toll is growing in texas in the aftermath of tropical storm hermine. two people have died from rain associated with that storm. this comes after a number of dramatic reves like this. firefighters in arlington, texas pulling a woman to safety. check out this dramatic video from dallas. you'll see a tornado forming tearing apart a section of a rail chard. that twister slammed a truck into a warehouse. that was one of several tornados that touched down throughout the day. >> wildfires in colorado are burning out of control for a third day and four people are still missing. flames burning destroyed at least 136 homes so far. that makes this the most destructive series of wildfires in colorado history. many of th
that they will make the right decision, which is to bring my daughter back. >> a virginia man chevy chase bank is becoming capital one bank. with the most locations in the dc area, we figured they could use our help. ♪ down a bit. too much. [ crowd cheering ] [ grunts ] [ garth ] capital one bank. now with the most branches and atms in the dc area. what's in your wallet? >> a virginia father traveled across the country to fight for the daughter he has never met. >> tonight, the fight over baby m and reaches new heights. -- baby emma reaches new heights. >> her adopted family rename her gabriana, but her biological father has gone to court to get her back. the cracks john stopped -- >> and john stopped only to show photos of his adopted daughter. his girlfriend signed papers without his permission. today, they argued before the state supreme court that emma belongs in virginia. >> i live in virginia halfway across the country and they want me to comply with their loss one i.r.c. did everything my state says i have to do. -- with their laws when i already did everything my states as i have to
. in the 50s in many locations. only in the 40s from allegheny and garrett counties and into west virginia. near the bay, upper 60s. highs today near 80. lots of sunshine. a blustery wind. 50s again saturday morning. sunny in the morning, but clouds on the increase saturday afternoon with a high near 80. looks like rain likely, needed rain, on sunday. ought to dry out in time for the skins game sunday night. a look into next week ten minutes. how is our traffic? >>> a couple of issues out of prince george's. an accident reported, no word on lane information, but we'll get to you. as we travel 270 southbound, 109 inching long southbound, but by the time you meet up with father hurley, the pace does start to pick up a little bit. around the kalt beltway, all is quiet past connecticut avenue. the headlights are on the outer look on the increase. along 95 in virginia, looks beautiful, but starting to stack up. you will find slow moving traffic leaving wood bridge headed up towards lorto ncht. back to you. >>> 6:12 is your time. what's happening on highways across the country that hasn't happen
from western fairfax, westward, in the extreme drought up in the panhandle of west virginia where they have a burning ban there until further notice. as alex mentioned, watch your cigarette buds, don't burn anywhere. do not burn anything. a clear sky that will be cool. turn off the alaska, open up the windows. low temperatures in the 60s. and we'll come back and we'll talk about the weekend forecast. we've got the turns in town. we've got the skins in town, we've got nascar down in richmond, all kinds of things going on. they will stay dry. >>> all right, thank you, top. let's get outside for the evening rush. a rough night on the road to home. >> yeah, that's right, derek. a thursday. but it sure looks like friday out there on the roadway. you can see that on the outer loop, still jam packed here, all the way down to 66, no breakaway point for them for the commuters traveling on this route. on the inner loop though, a little better, carrying the better minimal delays onto the university boulevard. switch over to i-66. all those headlights coming towards you. so a lot of congestio
on their homes. i'll take a closer look at that. >> julie carrey, thank you. >>> investigators in west virginia are looking into whether a upon fire was deliberately set. nearly 30 horses died near the hollywood casino on charlestown on monday. a fire marshal said dogs detected possible traces of a fire accelerant at the scene. the evidence is being test asked result are expected to come back in a few weeks. investigators are reviewing surveillance tapes for 90 possible signs of arson. >>> another metro access driver has been arrested, accused of sexually assaulting a passenger. the powered the driver accused of such a crime. darcy spencer is live outside metro headquarters with this developing story. good afternoon. >> good afternoon. as you mentioned, just within the last year, there have been four separate allegations made of sexual assault against metro access drivers. these the drivers who are supposed to be transporting people with mental and physical challenges. this is the man charged in this latestñr attack. he is 59-year-old samuel kinston of gaithersburg. police say he fonded a woma
at least five families from their homes in herndon, virginia this morning. fire officials stay type of siding on the houses, coupled with some brisk winds led to some significant damage there. julie carey has our report. >> reporter: the mid morning fire at the complex even caught the attention of the tower at dulles airport. a resident snapped this photo of the flame that shot from the roof top. dozens of people fled their homes. >> black smoke was everywhere. it was very scary. >> reporter: even before fire crews arrived, residents outside who saw the smoke realized some neighbors might still be inside unaware. these women went door to door knocking. >> the two families at the end, we got those guys out. and finally, the fire department, they both open this door where it was burning so. and the dogs came out. >> reporter: some cherished pets were among those rescued. several dogs and cat got out safely. so did this bird. the fairfax firefighters battled smoke and flame that damaged five townhome. investigators suspect the blaze started in a shed behind the unit. the vinyl siding w
. >>> virginia governor has released details of his plans to privatize the liquor industry. the he says the state can raise a half billion dollars by selling the abc stores and take in $230 million a year by auctioning 1,000 liquor licenses. the bulk will go to grocery and discount stores. small stores and pharmacies will get the rest. the governor wants the money to find highway congestion relief projects. >> i have always been sort of a -- in favor of privatizing wherever it can be done but it has to save money and turn those funds back in though community and i'm not sure i see how that's going to happen yet. but if that is what will happen i think it is a good idea. >> reporter: many democrats are skeptical of the plan voicing concerns that tripling the number of alcohol outlets lynn crease alcoholism and drunk driving. >>> could a christmas tree hope the door to the kkk? a board voted to allow displays this holiday season. meaning any decorations can go up as long as they are safe. one who voted no said they are worried about them having to accept displays from the kkk. >>> b.p. spreads the
of virginia is releasing details of a plan to put the commonwealth's state-owned liquor stores in private hands. he hopes to raise more than $450 million by selling off the liquor stores. it would be a tax on alcohol bought in bars and restaurants. a number of liquor licenses would be tripled to 1,000. critics of the plan say that could lead to a liquor store on every corner. but the governor's office says that's not the case. the plan reserves most of the licenses for large outlets, greshry and discount scores. >>> a montgomery county bus caught fire in silver spring tonight. a witness caught the bus as it was engulfed in flames. it happened about 7:00 along colville road. nobody was hurt. we're told the fire started in the engine. the busas destroyed. >>> firefighters had their hands full with a four-alarm fire in baltimore this evening. the flames began on one side of the street. then were whipped by winds to the other side. 11 row houses were on fire at one point at one time. one firefighter was treated for minor injuries. nobody else was injured. it's still not clear yet what started
, virginia got the okay from loudoun county officials. religious displays, nonreligious displays just as long as they are safe and don't hang on the fence. there's is a long tradition of a christmas tree and nativity scene at the courthouse but the one supervisor who voted no fears keeping the tradition fears the county would have to accept an application from the kkk. >> there's a long tradition of not letting black people sit at certain lunch counters and we had to end that in the name of justice. i think it is a good move. sometimes you make changes and move forward and protect liberties. >> atheists have applied for display rights. they had displays last year. supervisors who voted for the plan say if you pick and choose who can put up displays you can roll afoul of the constitution. >>> in fairfax county, commuters will be on guard after a woman is attacked at a bus stop. it happened on wednesday in franconia at laris that drive and franconia road. press say the man plunged at her behind and sexually assaulted her. the warning is going out for women to be extra careful in that area. >> a
:30 yesterday morning. >>> over in virginia, holiday displays will be allowed at the county courthouse. they were pushing for a ban on all displays over concerns of rand limb. yesterday, they approved the use of displays religous or not. they've already received some applications including an atheist group and a religion based on the jedi knight star wars. >>> the pastor at the center of controversy over burning korans remains defiant. pastor terry jones who oversees a small church in florida says he has no plans to cancel his event on saturday despite mounting protest against his plans. government officials and muslims around the world are warning there would be consequences but jones says he is just trying to show the violent nature of islam gentleman our burning of the koran is to call the attention that something is wrong, that handgun is wrong. it is possibly time for us in a new way to actually stand up, confront terrorism. >> all american embassies have been put on alert ahead of event on saturday. >>> coming up next being president obama is pushing tax break as part of this pla
, chuck. >>> up next, why is a democrat with a 70% job approval rating going negative in the west virginia senator's race? >>> and attention political junkies. do you recognize this ad? well, the players may be different but the candidate behind it hoping it will have the same impact. it's a north carolina senate race. >>> but first, our "washington speak." open source, believe it or not, intelligence officials are not always operating in secret. they often look at open source information. what is it? it's information that is available to the public. like from newspapers or the internet. in the news today, as we told you, the fbi warning that extremists could retall yit against the organizers of saturday's planned koran burning. the fbi says the information is based on open sources. it also means chat rooms, they monitor everything. anyway, if you have "washington speak" to clarify, send us an open source e-mail today. [ animals calling ] ♪ [ pop ] [ man ] ♪ well, we get along ♪ yeah, we really do - ♪ and there's nothing wrong - [ bird squawks ] ♪ with what i feel for you ♪ i c
to report on the outer loop in virginia. as you commute to the outer loop, this is the beltway at route 1 at college park, the inner loop very slow as you continue around toward the ikea and the bw parkway into the sun. the outer loop of the become slowing from the -- beltway slowing from georgia avenue. on this top stretch, the lanes are open. a big car fire, still smoking with the black smoke still coming up. outer loop of the beltway at robinson terminal before you commit to springfield inter change, that's where the two right lanes are closed due to the fire and look for braddock headed toward the exit for 95 south. this is the inner loop and this is rubbernecking, slow from the springfield interchange toward 66. on the inner loop everything is open. again it is the outer loop, right side of the road blocked with the car fire. still seeing black smoke which means this thing is still on fire. two right lanes are blocked. delays from braddock toward the springfield interchange. this is a check of your fox 5 on-time traffic. >>> making -- making headlines, the potomac river is cleaner to
. police are still looking for a motive. his bike and ipod were stolen. >>> and in virginia, a school volunteer is behind bars. the 75-year-old george vall turned himself interest in to cops. the incident happened in may in fairfax county. >>> and metro has a change of heart. still ahead, why the transit system may scrap the plan to slash the price of smart trip cards. >>> and the president's right- hand man may leave washington to be mayor of the windy city. find out who is giving rahm emmanuel his blessings. >>> and detained in iran for more than a year. there is word one of the american hikers is coming home. >> word from iran tonight, one of the three jailed american hikers will be released this saturday. and the relief will mark the end of the islamic holy month. the three who were detained in 2009 accused of espionage. the families say they were simply hikeing in iraq and accidentally crossed the border the white house said jobs and the economy are the top items on the president's agenda. the number of people applying for first-time unemployment benefits dropped to 451,000, the
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in the northern areas such as maryland, northern virginia. down to the south, all sunshine. we're going to continue to see more sunshine through evening tonight and into the next couple of days as well. by 9:00, 72 degrees. we will be cooling off fairly rapidly. 67 by 11:00. 59 when you wake up tomorrow morning in the city. most areas will wake up into the low 50s. it is going to be a little bit of a chill in the air. tomorrow, a little more fall-like by 7:00 a.m. plenty of sunshine. the temperatures around 60. tomorrow, just about everybody will stay in the 70s. and as i mentioned, we need to see some rain. when do we get it? i'll show it to you. >> thank you, doug. >>> there is some encouraging news on the jobs market. the labor department said the number people signing up for unemployment benefits dropped to the lowest level in two months. 450,000 first time jobless claims were filed last week. that's a smaller number than analyst a analysts had predict and a possible sign for a recovery. that brings positive news on u.s. export. the dow gained 29.way to. the s&p 500 five points high
. but right now, in virginia, there's an attorney general whose first act was to try to order all of the state universities of virginia to rescind or not enforce their policies against discrimination based on sexual -- sexual orientation. that's the first act. so, are there threats to civil rights today? obviously there are. >> to what degree is something like what mr. renacci said? how much is the rhetoric that everything needs to be local? and how much is it that other thing we heard from ken buck in colorado, rand paul in kentucky, this notion that, look, there's no more racism here. what kind of country could have racism and an african-american president? >> there's a lot of that out there. again, i'm not sure that renacci got past the first sentence of the memo. others who did read the whole thing, there seems to be -- i get a lot of this in my e-mail, essentially saying what more do you people want? and -- and this idea that we -- we are past that whole issue, the whole issue of race, not just past an era, but the whole issue, the whole question that there's nothing else to talk about is
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there. farther to the west, still in the 60s in much of western maryland. panhandle of west virginia and shenandoah valley. it seems almost wintry. these are the current dew points. they are in the 40s. this is the driest day we have had in a long time, since even about have the summer. we have dry weather all the way down to the atlantic beaches too. this continues to come in on some northwest breezes. these are the latest wind gusts. they have been around 20 to 25 miles an hour gusts. as we look at the other temperatures, out of the mountains, still in the low 60s. eastern shore, east of the bay and away from the waters, still near 70 degrees. all this coming from high pressure, which continues to move in off the great lakes. it is assisted by an area of low pressure spinning away over eastern new england and northern new england. that lull combined with this area of high pressure giving us a little bit of blustery wind. these are the remnants of tropic tropical storm hermine. this high pressure is going to hold forth for the next couple of days. some of the moisture will be along
has sentenced rios to 10 years in prison. there is no parole in the federal system. >>> a virginia man accused of a crash that killed a nun last month is now charged with murder. carlos montano was already charged with driving under the influence. now the grand jury has handed up murder charges. he already had two duis and was in the middle of deportation when he hit two nuns. >>> a columbia man is charged with an apartment fire. he stabbed his wife and set her house on fire. their four children were not home when the fire was started. and now she is is in baltimore. police will take him into custody once he is released from the hospital. >>> at least 130 homes have been torched by the massive wildfire in boulder, colorado. ainsley earhart has more. >> reporter: fire crews are struggling to get control of a massive wire west of boulder, colorado. >> we have to wait until we feel like we have control of it and we just don't have control yet and it's based on safety. >> reporter: 50,000 gallons of retardant were put on the flames. >> we have several propane tanks that firefighters need t
of the blazes. >>> investigators now suspect foul play in a barn fire in west virginia. it broke out behind the charlestown racetrack. it's believed an accelerant may have been used. >>> and while you were sleeping, bge and public works crews tried to restore outages. that was because of a power outage in reisterstown. 1500 customers were without electricity and an unknown number without water service. everything should be back to normal. >> and history's been made at bwi. more passengers have taken flight there and kai has more. >> reporter: from sun up to sundown. jets ferry passengers in and out of the airport. and now, the officials say that 2 million people flew through the airport in july. it's an all time record for passenger traffic in july. for our customers, this is yesterday, another indication of the strength of the airport itself. we offer an excellent customer service. >> how do you grade an airport on the customer efficiency. >> how long you have to wait to get through security and when you also arrive. >> reporter: this represents an increase in the passengers and the fees c
all across maryland, virginia, back through delaware, patterns going to stay quiet, our next disturbance will not get in here until late saturday. in the meantime it's a cool flow with high pressure keeping us nice and dry. beautiful weather pattern on the whole just a little too dry considering the dry weather the last few weeks. and out to west, nothing tomorrow, saturday looking like a partly cloudy, dry day for your plans too, but late saturday we are hopeful that this next system will bring us at least a couple of showers and if any luck, maybe some light rain. we get a quarter inch, 1/2" of rain, that would be ideal. and tropical storm igor still well offset, thousands of miles away off the african coast probably going to strengthen but too early to tell what the track of that storm will be. overnight 53, mostly clear, dry, cool breezy, tomorrow, dry, breezy, mild, 76, 2-degree guarantee, cooler tomorrow. and then tomorrow night 52 as we go quite cool overnight. your outlook for the weekend, nice weather saturday, saturday night into early sunday our best shot at much n
to remain high tomorrow. in fact, in the panhandle of east and west virginia, they burn banning until further notice. tomorrow 79 downtown. maybe 80 in arlington. maybe 80 in springfield. most folks either side of 80. college park 80. 80 at andrews but 79 up in bowie and upper 70s out towards reston and sterling. forecast sunshine from the mountains to the coast tomorrow. 67, though, if you're west of the divide in oakland. you jump the divide. mid 70s. very pleasant. cumberland, mid 70s hagerstown and winchester. culpeper you'll probably hit 80s. still very comfortable. still dry air mass tomorrow. dry air masses heat up and dry off quickly. downtown 79 or so. 80 at andrews. upper 70s for annapolis. winds are high enough tomorrow to still warrant a small craft advisory for the bay and tidal potomac. next seven days, 79 tomorrow. breezy. beautiful. fantastic on friday. low 80s on saturday. dry for the terps at home. but showers and thunderstorms on and off again all day sunday. it won't be that cool. it will be 80s. pretty comfortable. but they may bleed into the nighttime. they may b
struck down part of a virginia law that banned cross burning. the justices said it was illegal only if it's done specifically to intimidate someone. katie? >> couric: all right. jan crawford in washington. jan, thanks very much. now to the war in afghanistan. general petraeus has said the u.s. cannot succeed without winning the hearts and minds of afghan civilians, but tonight will's a disturbing development and a story david martin first reported back in may, u.s. troops accused of killing civilians in cold blood. david tells us 12 soldiers are now facing military charges. >> reporter: if the charges are proven, this was the platoon from hell. five american soldiers accused of murdering afghan civilians just because they could. seven more involved in the cover-up, plus mutilating corpses, taking pot shots at afghan civilians, smoking hash, and beating up a private who blew the whistle. they may have done more harm to the american cause in afghanistan than any equivalent number of taliban could hope to cause. >> this is the kind of thing that hurts us enormously and it will have a disprop
drive here in franconia, virginia. the number to call crime solvers, 866-411-tips. again, 1-866-411-tips. brian, back to you. >> wilthomas reporting live. >>> the man accused of the crash that killed a nun now charged for murder. he was already charged with dui and now a grand jury has handed up the murder charge as well. he was an illegal immigrant who already had two duis and was in the middle of the deportation process. the case has spurred national anger over the fact he even had a driver's license. >>> a columbia maryland man was charged with murder and arson after an apartment fire. he stabbed his ex-wife to death and set her apartment on fire. she had four children living with her. they weren't at home when the fire started and are now with family members. white was hurt and in critical but stable condition in baltimore. police will take him into custody once he's released from the hospital. >>> the florida pastor at the center of the fire storm is not backing down tonight. in fact, he's pushing toward with plans to burn the koran on 911. hear from the man himself up next. >>> you
virginia. don't expect to see anything in our region until early sunday morning. noir northwest winds. another advisory again through the afternoon. bay temp, around 79 degrees. clear, comfortably cool again. 54 is an average low. tomorrow, beautiful day. a lot of sunshine. mid-70s only. which is a little more normal for more like the end of september than this week in september. so enjoy. beautiful weather. >> thanks, bob. >>> don't miss the cbs primetime lineup at 10:00. it's an episode of the hit drama, the mentalist, followed by eyewitness news at 11:00. >>> and football season is definitely here. watch the bathroom ravens take on the new york jets in the season opener. catch it here monday, at 6:30. only on wjz 13. >>> katie couric has a preview of what's coming up tonight on the cbs evening news. >>> how dream teams of scientists are working together to help people fight cancer across the country. >>> i'll tell you about one man who was told me had six months to live eight years ago. that story and more tonight on the cbs evening news from los angeles. >>> attacking rabies from
. baltimore at 58 degrees. frederick, maryland, 59 degrees. culpeper, virginia is at 61 degrees at this hour. satellite-radar composite, high pressure building in. that is going to control things for us for a couple of days really. we'll have quiet weather conditions. weville have the breeziness today behind the frontal system that has come through. not much in the way of clouds. nothing in the way of precipitation. however, if you want precip, we've been showing you the storm damage in texas and in oklahoma now. this is still the remnants of tropical storm hermine and what we are seeing is a variety of flash flood and flood watches in effect for portions of the central and southern plains up into southern illinois as the system continues it track eastward. we do expect to to move across portions of our viewing area by the latter part of the weekend and it could bring us some pretty good rainfall on sunday. now, speaking of tropical storms, this is the latest. igor, we have -- it is near the cape verde islands so it is way out there off the coast of africa. by this wind and into the middle p
down, customers have to mail tickets to virginia. however, because she went through hassle, ticket master made an expepgs. -- exception saying we regret consumer inconvenience and the situation was resolved as soon as we're made aware. katie e mail aid copy toickit master ask received this credit to her account. four tickets, $109 each. $436. >> i thank you for helping me. i feel a great sense of relief. and i'm happy. when u 2 comes back, i'll be back getting more tickets, probably. >> how do you get around this? purchase your tickets online. just go back, request money and the refund goes back into your pocket. >> thank you. >> sure. >> coming up next, nasa rewrites the history of life on mars. >>> a discovery almost made 35 years ago. man: we need a sofa. something i can stretch out on! woman: ooh... that will go with those lamps my mother gave us. or we could get some new lamps. or we could get no sofa. negotiating, eh? you got it! how about a nice home for our tv? how about doors to hide that drive-in theater? how about a cowhide rug? yee-haw! and the snacks? get their own pla
was an honor student at university of virginia, working towards a double major in economics and history. >> liked to do well in the classroom. liked to do well, whatever he's doing. >> reporter: john loved fishing. he was a movie buff, and a music fanatic. bob dylan was a favorite. ♪ but most of all, john loved cody. >> he was just so enamored with his dog. they were really companions for life. >> reporter: what did cody do for your son? >> got him up in the morning. early in the morning, around the campus, and he's a chick magnet. >> reporter: john adopted bode a year ago from almost home pet adoption center in virginia. and there was no mistaking their irreplaceable bond. >> they were very close. the dog slept on the bed with john. >> reporter: but tragically, on august 15th, they became separated forever. john was on his way home to bethesda, maryland, from vermont, where he was working at a senior counselor at camp. he was traveling with a camp friend, and of course, his best friend bode, but on a curve john lost control of his car, and was killed instantly. >> that ending, never
. the old-fashioned incandescent light bulbs like this little one, they're closing a big plant in virginia, 200 jobs, $30 an hour jobs. they're going to china. 2007, the democrat congress says we've got to save energy and save the planet. global warming is coming. so we've got to get rid of those old incandescent light bulbs and go to the next compact fluorescent lights, etc., etc., they are made in china. now you're seeing the results of it. >> those crazy little pigtail lights, the cfl's they want you to buy at home depot and stuff like that. we've heard such a big push from the manufacturers. you got to use these because they're good for the environment. what's ironic, stuart, is the fact that u.s. scientists invented the cfl light and now what we've done is we've exported all the jobs to china! >> yes, these 200 jobs go straight to china. now, the president -- >> used to be a lot more. remember back in the days when the united states of america used to make stuff! now we don't make anything. >> right. manufacturing jobs down 40% since 1979. jobs like this one. now, the president is go
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